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CONSTANTIN BRANCUSI

Proud partners of Global Legal Hakathon

22.02.2018


We are proud partners of GLOBAL LEGAL HACKATHON happening on 23 – 25 of February. 

We can’t wait to find the best thinkers and practitioners in law and tech working towards a unified vision on a global scale.

6 CONTINENTS | 20+ COUNTRIES | 40+ CITIES | 51 HOURS OF INNOVATION

 

That is is the largest worldwide legal hackathon in history. The purpose of the global event is to find the best thinkers and practitioners in law and tech working towards a unified vision: rapid development of solutions to improve the legal industry on a global scale.

As well, the competition aims to ally teams of programmers, legal scientists, and entrepreneurs with the aim of finding innovative technological solutions to the most pressing legal issues of our day.

The final goal is that, by the end of February 25, teams will be able to develop a prototype software solution formula able to innovate and bring technological responses in the legal field, and in the final stage will be awarded the prize for the most innovative idea during the ceremony that will take place in New York.

An event full of excitement and creativity!

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